Kumbor Will Be Developed by Best Hotel Operators
Ambassador of the Republic of Azerbaijan to Montenegro, HE Eldar Humbat oglu Hasanov paid official visit to the Minister of Sustainable Development and Tourism of Montenegro Branimir Gvozdenović.
HE Ambassador Hasanov congratulated Mr Gvozdenović for his appointment to the position of the Minister of Sustainable Development and Tourism in the new Government of Montenegro.
During the meeting they exchanged opinions and information about cooperation between two countries in the area of investments and tourism.
They both confirmed that there are great possibilities and potentials for cooperation between Montenegro and Azerbaijan in the area of tourism, and exchanged information about further development guidelines. They also talked about the creation of the conditions for the increase of the number of tourists from Azerbaijan and their diaspora in Montenegro and recognition of Montenegro as an attractive tourist destination. The interest for the improvement of ties between these two countries has also been expressed and accent was put on the introduction of charter flights between Podgorica and Baku.
It was announced that the project Kumbor would be developed as high quality and with most reputable worldwide hotel operators. It was also concluded that the positive example of Kumbor can further promote investment potentials of Montenegro. In that light it was agreed to organize presentation of tourist and investment potentials of Montenegro in Azerbaijan in the following period.
Ambassador Hasanov invited Minister Gvozdenović to visit Azerbaijan and handed the official invitation of their Minister of Culture and Tourism Mr Abulfaz Garayev for the participation at the following tourism fair AITF 2013 that will be held in April in Baku.
As the largest tourism fair in Azerbaijan - AITF gathers every year a large number of international visitors from different countries. The last year’s AITF 2012 was very successful and it gathered over 7,000 visitors including the representatives of 203 companies from 32 countries.